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last updated by Sam 5 years, 5 months ago
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    • #19028

      If you’d like to comment on this article, please do so below.
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    • #19029

      Please keep us posted on your findings with the Rozella mutant. Rozella is one of our favorites here in Northwest Wisconsin in both our root sales and cutflower business.

    • #19030

      I’ll keep you informed Sam. Rozella is one of my favorites as well when it comes to double pinks and I think it’s a variety that would satisfy most or all of a peony fancier’s wishes. But my (cutflower) clients prefer pale pink peonies over dark pink ones in general, so I do hope that I was able to isolate this mutation and that it will grow well. If it succeeds, it may take quite a few years before I have larger numbers obviously.

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